With each other

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Words chosen are: Love, promise and rain.

All we now have is love,
Bound with an everlasting promise,
To be with you in sun and rain….

We shall always be showering rain…
A gentle drizzle of never ending love,
Sticking to each others promise …

Let us now abide by the promise….
Get wet in this gentle rain…
Get bound to each other with love…

A love, keeping up promise and pure like rain..

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The Tritina
~ It’s a ten line poem arranged in three stanzas of three lines, and ends with a single line.
~ The key words are the end of line words that become refrain and repeat.
~ Choose three words you’d associate with the image, words that will fall at the end of your lines.
~ Number them 1,2,3.
~ Your first stanza has three lines, with end of line words in the order 1,2,3.
~ Second stanza, the end of line words are in the order 3,1,2
~ Third stanza 2,3,1.
~ Last line uses all three words in order 1,2,3. ~ The lines don’t have to be any particular length but it’s usual for them to be all of the same length.

Waiting for the stars

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Prompt words: Stars, sky and water

In each others arms – By the silent waters…
At the dusk -as sun bids goodbye,
We wait for the Stars – to lit up the sky..
Wait for them to begin the count…
Count the hours and minutes we have,
As we know that they are drying up,
Drying up faster and begin to cry…
These are our final moments together,
for we both are going to die,
die with dreadliest of disease…
But still with lil smile and peace….
In each others arms – by the silent waters.

Silvery strokes

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Silvery sky strokes,
bringing in hope to radiant mood,
Silvery sky strokes…
Heated earth waiting for a sooth,
But they really are very very rude…
I wish that strokes could be sued,
Silvery sky strokes….
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The Rondelet is a French form consisting of
~ a single septet
~ with two rhymes
~ one refrain
~ AbAabbA. The capital letters are the refrains, or repeats.
~ The refrain is written in tetra-syllabic or dimeter and the other lines are twice as long – octasyllabic or tetrameter.